“A sassy, accurate, and enormously helpful romp through the midlife transition known as menopause . . . I highly recommend it to all women who want to embrace all the possibilities offered by this change, including vibrant health, a sense of humor, a renewed sense of purpose, and the best sex of your life.”—Christiane Northrup, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Wisdom of Menopause
Brit-pop icon and outspoken menopause ambassador Meg Mathews refused to move quietly into this stage of midlife. Rejecting the idea that we should live in fear, suffer silently, or medicate ourselves unnecessarily through this natural hormonal shift, Mathews set out to get answers and advice from the medical establishment, alternative therapists, and her many friends in the midst of “the change.” When she launched the Megs Menopause website, it quickly became the trending online destination for pre- and menopausal women all over the world. The New Hot is her no-holds-barred guide to menopause, designed to empower and entertain in equal measure, including:
• The latest information about hormone therapy and bioidentical hormone therapy • Her best tips and techniques for coping with menopausal symptoms (There are officially thirty-four possible symptoms; Mathews has personally dealt with thirty-two!) • Dishy, girlfriend-to-girlfriend advice about what to really expect when you’re aging
Honest, stylish, and informative, The New Hot will help you take on menopause—and keep you sense of self, style, and humor intact.
About the Author
Meg Mathews is an icon of the nineties Brit-pop scene, a former music industry executive, and the ex-wife of Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher. In 2017, she launched Megs Menopause, a platform dedicated to breaking the stigma around menopause. In 2018, she held her first annual conference for menopause information and discussion. That same year, she was awarded the Inspiring Public Figure Award by the Inspiring Leadership Trust. She lives in London.
“Brutally honest, eye-wateringly detailed, funny, informative, and crammed with practical advice . . . compelling, essential reading.”—YOU Magazine